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Ultimate #ThrowbackThursday – 50 pictures of Nigeria giving us nostalgia, pride...

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A #ThrowbackThursday worth doing is always worth doing well, so as this is the last day of the year, we thought - why stop...

THANK YOU! Children of Borno Orphanage Will Have A Merry Christmas...

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You will remember that not too long ago, we brought the Lovatt Foundation to your attention? This is a fantastic organisation that is doing...

Donate to The Lovatt Foundation: Providing Needed Relief in War Torn...

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The Lovatt Foundation does awesome work in Northern Nigeria. From the Children of Borno to the Gidan Almajirai, they bring succour to those afflicted by...
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A military sucker punch, like that of the old days of...

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Random Saturday evening, Typical gridlock, Undetermined hour, Lagos. Much is made about thanking the Creator (if you aren't agnostic/atheist) for Fridays, but I like to think that the...

House-hunting in Nigeria: how prejudice and tribalism hurts us all

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A most trying situation has been brought to our attention and it further proves just how deep tribalism, prejudice and hatred have eaten deeply into the fabric...

3 possible solutions to Hausa and Yoruba clash as Agiliti, Mile...

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This week, the flames burnt and the bodies piled in Agiliti and then on to Maidan and even as far as Orile, Mile 12...

Love in the time of war: a couple meet and marry...

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I was all poised with big English words like Obahiagbon, but when I think of Boko Haram, all I can think of is "Chei,...

mazi abe’s side: Like father like son – what goes around...

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Friday Reminiscing HMMMMMMMMMM, WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND ? I remember when Alhaja will be reporting one of my many escapades to her mum, my grandmother,...

mazi abe’s corner: Barka de Sallah – Runaway Ram and Miniskirt...

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"Alao òkò mi, please I am going out and you are the only one at home, look after the house o," Alhaja intoned for...

mazi abe’s corner: Iyabò Onigbin (Iyabo the Snail Seller) and my...

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Dateline: Dec 1989 I had been in England for the whole of 9 months without a taste of any correct peppered food. The nearest I...